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Beautiful Findings: The Numerical Miracle of Surat Al-Fatiha








In describing the Holy Quran, our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) once explained that this is a Book whose wonders shall not cease, and whose marvels shall never be old..
It is every Muslims belief that this Holy Book is one for all people and all ages, and one that will forever stand the test of time and never become obsolete. And in todays age of technology and numbers, we are confronted with a new and profound Quranic miracle that speaks the ******** of this age; a mesmerising indication of the truth of the Holy Quran, and a proof that its words could not have been altered.
The First Chapter of the Quran
One of our guides to this new type of miracle the numerical miracle of the Quran is none other than the very first Chapter of the Quran, namely Surat Al-Fatiha (Chapter: The Opening), where we discover numerous examples of numerical phenomena centred around the number 7.
And this is not strange, for in the Quran, God Almighty has in fact called this Chapter The Seven Mathani i.e. The Seven Oft Repeated Verses: (We have given thee seven of the oft repeated (Verses) (i.e. Surat Al-Fatiha) and the Grand Quran) [Al-Hijr, 15:87] (Stone Land, 15:87).
Therefore, we shall demonstrate that the numerical truths inherent in this opening Chapter are all consistently multiples of this central number of 7, to declare that God Almighty, the Creator of the seven heavens and the universe, is also the One who authored the divine words of the Holy Quran.
Please note that various explanations of the abovementioned Verse, as well as sayings of the Prophet Muhammad have come to show that the 'Seven Oft Repeated Verses' is a reference to Surat Al-Fatiha. Surat Al-Fatiha is indeed an oft-repeated Chapter, because Muslims repeat this Chapter in all of their daily prayers and it is the one Chapter which every Muslim has most certainly memorised by heart. In the context of Fact 6, we shall refer to Surat Al-Fatiha as the 'Seven Mathani' Chapter, and to the abovementioned Verse as the 'Seven Mathani' Verse. To put it briefly, 'Mathani' is Arabic for 'Oft-Repeated'.
So why was the number 7 attributed to this Chapter?
The following 20 facts represent a modest effort at proving the existence of a numerical miracle in Surat Al-Fatiha, which no human can possibly manufacture. The foundation of this miracle will always be the number 7.
Fact 1
The first Chapter in the Quran, Surat Al-Fatiha, which is considered Umm Al-Kitab (The Mother of the Book), consists of 7 Verses.
Similarly, the number 7 has a significant presence in the life of every person and every believer in particular. There are 7 heavens, the Earths crust has 7 layers, the Earth has 7 atmospheric layers, the days of the week are 7 and there are 7 continents. Specifically for Muslims, when performing Hajj in Mecca, they complete 7 laps around the Kaaba. In addition, a Muslim in prayer prostrates on 7 body parts (face, 2 hands, 2 knees, 2 feet), and the importance of this number is often noted in the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad.
Please note that the number 7, as discussed in other research articles, has many wonderful implications throughout the Quran, and is the basis for all research relating to the Qurans numerical miracle. Indeed, God Almighty has organised the letters, words, Verses and Chapters of his Book based upon this number, as proof that the author of the Holy Quran is in fact the Creator of the seven heavens and the universe.
Furthermore, according to Muslims, God Almighty has created 7 doors to Hellfire, and the word Hellfire () happens to be repeated in the Quran exactly 77 times; this number is our first example of a multiple of 7:
Hellfire is mentioned in the Quran 77 times, or 11 x 7
Fact 2
We dont expect people to be convinced yet; this is only the start.
The Arabic ******** is the ******** of the Quran, and the number of letters in the Arabic alphabet is 28. This number, of course, is divisible by 7:
There are 28 Arabic letters in the Quran, or 4 x 7
In addition, out of these 28 letters, only 7 letters are not used in Surat Al-Fatiha
(- - - - - - ). This means that 21 Arabic letters are used in this Chapter, and again, this number is a multiple of 7:

Number of Arabic letters used in Surat Al-Fatiha is 21, or 3 x 7

Fact 3
The Holy Quran contains some special letters which create special words that are used as the opening Verses of 29 Chapters. We call them special because the full meaning behind these seemingly disconnected characters (( ... has not yet been fully understood, but the number of different special letters used without any repetition is exactly 14:
Special letters used in the Quran (without repetition) are 14, or 2 x 7
Interestingly enough, all 14 letters are used in Surat Al-Fatiha, and these 14 letters are repeated exactly 119 times in this Chapter; another encounter with a multiple of 7:
Special letters used in Surat Al-Fatiha (without repetition) are 14, or 2 x 7
Special letters used in Surat Al-Fatiha (with repetition) are 119, or 17 x 7
Fact 4
This is one of the more intriguing examples. The letters comprising the word Allah in Arabic, namely (), are 3, and these are Alif (), Laam (), and Haa (), and counting the instances when these letters are repeated in Surat Al-Fatiha, we find exactly 49, a multiple of 7:
The letters making up the Arabic word for Allah (): Alif, Laam and Haa are repeated in Surat Al-Fatiha 49 times, or 7 x 7
Fact 5
We mentioned that there are 14 special letters in the Quran. We also mentioned that these letters make up special words which are used as the opening Verses of 29 Quranic Chapters. This number, however, includes repetitions. For example, () is a special word which is used as the opening Verse of several Chapters. And ignoring any repetition, the number of different special words is also 14, just like the number of special letters.
That being said, the first special word in the Quran is (), which is the first Verse in Surat Al-Baqara (Chapter: The Cow), the second Chapter of the Quran. Now, taking the three letters which create () separately, we will look for the repetition of each separate letter in Surat Al-Fatiha. We find that Alif (), Laam () and Meem () are repeated 22, 22 and 15 times respectively as follows:
Meem() Laam () Alif ()
15 22 22
It must be noted that in all our research of the numerical miracle, we follow one consistent method of arranging numbers, and that is by doing so in the order in which they are logically read in Arabic, i.e. from right to left. In other words, the numbers above create the 6-digit whole number 152222.
The number we arrive at above is, amazingly, perfectly divisible by 7:
The repetition of the three special letters Alif, Laam and Meem ()separately in Surat Al-Fatiha forms 152222, or 21746 x 7
Fact 6
The same above exercise will be applied to what is known as the Basmala. The Basmala is the first Verse of Surat Al-Fatiha, ( ) (In the Name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful). The Basmala, which is also found elsewhere in the Quran, is a commonly recited Verse that Muslims normally repeat before commencing any activity in their daily lives.
As is well known amongst Muslims, there are different ways of reciting the Quran. Some types of recitations dont actually treat the Basmala as a Verse of Surat Al-Fatiha, and recitation begins from the second Verse onwards! Despite this, however, we still find a numerical arrangement based on the number 7 in this very Verse.
The three letters () are cited in the Basmala as follows:
Meem() Laam () Alif ()
3 4 3
This produces the number 343, which (you guessed it) is a multiple of 7 once again:
The repetition of the three letters Alif, Laam and Meem() in the Basmala forms 343, or 49 x 7
Fact 7
The Verse which speaks about Surat Al-Fatiha is the 87th Verse of Surat Al-Hijr:
(We have given thee seven of the oft repeated (Verses) (i.e. Surat Al-Fatiha) and the Grand Quran) [Al-Hijr, 15:87] (Stone Land, 15:87).
God Almighty has placed this Verse in Surat Al-Hijr, a Chapter in which the first Verse is a special phrase, namely(). The question here is whether any connection related to the number 7 exists.
As we did in Fact 5, we will now take the three letters which comprise () separately, and look for repetitions of each separate letter in this Verse. We find that Alif (), Laam () and Raa () are repeated 7 times, 4 times and 1 time respectively.
Raa() Laam () Alif ()
1 4 7
The resulting number 147 is a multiple of 7, not once, but twice:
The repetition of the letters Alif, Laam and Raa()separately in the 87th Verse of Surat Al-Hijr (The 'Seven Mathani' Verse) forms 147, or 3 x 7 x 7
Continuing, we find that incredibly, the repetition of the very same letters in Surat Al Fatiha also divides by 7 twice!! Indeed, Alif (), Laam () and Raa () are repeated 22 times, 22 times and 8 times respectively:
Raa() Laam () Alif ()
8 22 22
This number 82222 also divides by 7 twice:
The repetition of the three letters Alif, Laam and Raa()separately in Surat Al-Fatiha (The 'Seven Mathani' Chapter) forms 82222, or 1678 x 7 x 7
And that is not all. We actually find another link between the 'Seven Mathani' Chapter (Surat Al-Fatiha) and the 'Seven Mathani' Verse in Surat Al-Hijr. It relates to the number of words in each of these. Surat Al-Fatiha comprises of 31 words and the 'Seven Mathani' Verse comprises of 9 words:
Word Count in '7 Mathani' Verse Word Count in '7 Mathani' Chapter
9 31
The number we arrive at 931 is once again, a multiple of 7 twice:
The number of words in the 'Seven Mathani' Chapter and the 'Seven Mathani' Verse forms 931, or 19 x 7 x 7
We now reflect: The 87th Verse of Surat Al-Hijr speaks of Surat Al-Fatiha, which is known as the Seven Oft-Repeated Verses, or the 'Seven Mathani' Chapter. The repetition of the three separate letters of the 'special phrase' () in this Verse forms a multiple of seven twice. Similarly, the repetition of these separate letters in Surat Al-Fatiha itself forms a multiple of seven twice. And incredibly, the number of words in both Surat Al-Fatiha and this 87th Verse of Surat Al-Hijr forms a number which divides by seven twice!
Is this not a profound example of concise arrangement worth pondering upon?
Fact 8
One of the beauties of Surat Al-Fatiha is that it links the beginning of the Qur'an to its end, with the number 7 placed at the heart of this connection. That being said, the first Chapter in the Qur'an, Surat Al-Fatiha, is Chapter 1, and the last Chapter of the Qur'an, Surat Al-Nas [Chapter: Mankind] is Chapter 114. These two numbers come together to form 1141, a multiple of 7:
The Chapter numbers of the first and last Chapters of the Qur'an form 1141, or 163 x 7
Fact 9
Similar to the above fact, we find a link between the first Verse and the last Verse in the Qur'an. The first Verse is of course the opening Verse of Surat Al-Fatiha, namely ( )(In the Name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful) [Al-Fatiha, 1:1]. The number of letters in each of its four words are 6 6 4 3 respectively. The number 6643 indeed divides by 7:
The number of letters in each word of the first Verse of the Quran forms 6643, or 949 x 7
To avoid inconsistency, we consult the last Verse of the Qur'an,( ) (Of the jinn and of mankind) [Al-Nas, 114:6]. The number of letters in each of its four words are 5 1 5 2 respectively. The outcome, 5152, is also a multiple of 7:
The number of letters in each word of the last Verse of the Quran forms 5152, or 736 x 7
Fact 10
Having found a link in both the first and last Chapter and the first and last Verse, we shall now tackle more delicate grounds by looking at the first and last word in the Qur'an.
The very first word is() (In the Name of) and the last word is() (mankind). Searching for these words throughout the Qur'an, the first word () (i.e. Name) is cited 22 times in the Qur'an, and the last word ()is cited 241 times. Again, the resulting number 24122 is a perfect multiple of 7:
The repetition of the first and last word in the Qur'an forms 24122, or 3446 x 7
Pondering upon these findings, we have witnessed a connection between the first and last Chapter, the first and last Verse and even the first and last word of the Qur'an. The method used for finding this connection has always been one and the same, and the basis of this connection has always been the number 7. The question that begs itself is: can this simply boil down to pure coincidence?
Fact 11
Such consistency is not merely limited to both ends of the Qur'an. Rather, it is even found in the beginning and end of Surat Al-Fatiha.
That being said, the first Verse of Surat Al-Fatiha, ( ), consists of 19 letters. The last Verse of this Chapter,
( ), consists of 43 letters.
Combining these numbers, 4319, we arrive at a multiple of 7:
The number of letters in the first and last Verse of Surat Al-Fatiha forms 4319, or 617 x 7
And to remove the possibility of coincidence, we shall count the letters of both these Verses again, but this time without any repetition (i.e. the letters of the alphabet contained in these two Verses). We now find that the first and last Verse of Surat Al-Fatiha contain 10 and 16 alphabetical letters respectively. The outcome, 1610, gives a multiple of 7 once again:
The number of letters (without repetition) in the first and last Verse of Surat Al-Fatiha forms 1610, or 230 x 7
Finally, we point out that the number of words in the first Verse is 4, and the number of words in the last Verse is 10. Therefore, the total number of words in both Verses is 14, a multiple of 7:
The total number of words in the first and last Verse of Surat Al-Fatiha is 14, or 2 x 7
Fact 12
This mesmerising fact answers the following question: Why did God Almighty divide Surat Al-Fatiha into seven Verses?
The answer, of course, is that Gods wisdom is ultimate, and we will never know the entire reason behind this and many other phenomena because our knowledge will always be limited, but we can at least attempt to identify some traces of the answer.
We also believe that a profound numerical miracle exists to help explain the division of Surat Al-Fatiha into seven Verses. That being said, each Verse of this Chapter ends with a particular word; these words are as follows:
( - )
These words are called the breaks or intervals of a Chapter, because they separate between each Verse.
Incredibly, the letters of these seven words have come to present an astounding numerical result based on the number 7. Counting the number of letters in each separate word, we arrive at the following: 7 8 6 5 6 7 6. This number, 7865676, divides by 7 an astounding 5 times!
The number of letters in each separate interval word in Surat Al-Fatiha forms 7865676, or 468 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7
Fact 13
Every Chapter in the Quran is identified by two numbers: The Chapter number and the number of Verses. And one of the wonders of Surat Al-Fatiha is its connection with other significant Chapters of the Quran with respect to these two numbers.
One of these Chapters is Surat Al-Ikhlas (Chapter: Sincerity), a Chapter about which the Prophet Muhammad once commented, saying that reciting it equalled one third of the Quran in reward. To explain further, Surat Al-Fatiha is Chapter 1 and its Verses are 7. Surat Al-Ikhlas is Chapter 112 and its Verses are 4. These numbers are, as always, arranged in logical order (i.e. Surat Al-Fatiha first, its Chapter number followed by the number of its Verses, followed by Surat Al-Ikhlas, etc.). This leaves us with 4 112 7 1, a multiple of 7:
The Chapter number and number of Verses of both Surat Al-Fatiha and Surat Al-Ikhlas are arranged to form 411271, or 58753 x 7
Fact 14
The exact same connection observed in the fact above is found with two Chapters that the Prophet Muhammad frequently recited. These are the last two Chapters of the Quran, namely Surat Al-Falaq (Chapter: The Daybreak, Dawn) and Surat Al-Nas (Chapter: Mankind). They are also known as Al-Mu'awwithatain (The two Chapters of refuge), since both begin with Say: I seek refuge with the Lord of
Therefore, applying the same logic that was followed in Fact 13, Surat Al-Fatiha is Chapter 1 and its Verses are 7, and Surat Al-Falaq is Chapter 113 and its Verses are 5. We are left with 5 113 7 1, a multiple of 7:
The Chapter number and number of Verses of both Surat Al-Fatiha and Surat Al-Falaq are arranged to form 511371, or 73053 x 7
As for Surat Al-Nas, we find that it is Chapter 114 and its Verses are 6. The outcome is 6 114 7 1, a number which divides by 7 yet again:
The Chapter number and number of Verses of both Surat Al-Fatiha and Surat Al-Nas are arranged to form 611471, or 87353 x 7
And now to reflect: Surat Al-Fatiha is linked to the last three Chapters of the Quran on a numerical level, in precisely the same way, and the foundation of all these connections is the number 7. And had the Chapter number or number of Verses of any of the above Chapters differed by no more than one digit, the entire test would have failed miserably, because we would have arrived at decimals rather than whole numbers.

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Beautiful Findings: The Numerical Miracle of Surat Al-Fatiha



Fact 15



All the numbers related to Surat Al-Fatiha are in fact connected with each other on the same basis (yes, the number 7!).

In other words, Surat Al-Fatiha is Chapter 1, it has 7 Verses and consists of exactly 31 words. These numbers give 31 7 1, which is a multiple of 7:

The Chapter number, number of Verses and number of words are arranged to form 3171, or 453 x 7







Fact 16



Facts 4 told us that Allahs name in Arabic, (), is made up of three letters, namely Alif (), Laam (), and Haa (), and these three letters are found 49 times in Surat Al-Fatiha.

Revisiting this fact, we now ask: How exactly were these three letters arranged in this Chapter? This is better illustrated below, by presenting Surat Al-Fatiha entirely, as it is read in the Quran (the 3 letters are each highlighted in a different colour):

( * * * * * * )



We will now look for the three letters that comprise the name of () in each of the Chapters 31 words. The first word, (), contains none of these letters, therefore the first number is zero. The second, (), has 4 of these letters (i.e. Alif once, Laam twice, and Haa once) and so on. The number we arrive at is 31 digits long:

4202202120223020022012230322240



And believe it or not, as large as this number is, it divides perfectly by 7 (no decimals!!!):

The repetition of the three letters comprising the word () in each word of Surat Al-Fatiha forms 4202202120223020022012230322240



or 600314588603288574573175760320 x 7



Again, if any of the 31 digits had been any different, this consistency would have been shattered by the appearance of decimals.

Fact 17



Now, we look for the three letters comprising God Almightys name, (), in each of the Basmalas four words. The resulting number is 2240, and surely enough, it divides by 7:

The repetition of the three letters comprising the word () in each word of the Basmala is 2240, or 320 x 7



Isnt this like a watermark signature on behalf of God Almighty, a hidden confirmation that it is none other than He who authored the Holy Quran?

Fact 18



This fact demonstrates to us that the precision of the numerical miracle is so profound, to the extent that it covers all the letters of Surat Al-Fatiha.

As we stated in Fact 2, 21 different Arabic letters are used in Surat Al-Fatiha. We shall now illustrate how frequently each of these letters is repeated in this Chapter, in descending order (from most to least frequently repeated letter). The result is as follows:





1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 6 8 11 14 15 22 22



The 26-digit number, 11222233344455681114152222, is a perfect multiple of 7!

The repetition of the all the letters of Surat Al-Fatiha, arranged in descending order, forms 11222233344455681114152222, or 1603176192065097302021746 x 7



Could the Prophet Muhammad have possibly manufactured and hidden such a perfect numerical code within the Verses of the Quran?

Fact 19



Despite the example shown above in Fact 18, some people may claim that the large number we arrived at is only a coincidence. We respect all opinions despite our beliefs. And to be frank, although we find it highly unlikely, the possibility of coincidence is not impossible.

Therefore, we apply the same logic that was followed in previous facts, where we performed the same experiment twice: Once by taking Surat Al-Fatiha as a whole, and once by considering the Basmala on its own.

In the previous fact, we examined the repetition of the letters of Surat Al-Fatiha as a whole, and now, we shall look for the repetition of the letters of the Basmala alone.

The Basmala, of course, is ( ). It consists of 10 different Arabic letters. Again, we write the frequency of each letter below in descending order:





1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 4



Surely enough, this number, 1111122334, passes the test of divisibility by 7:

The repetition of the all letters of the Basmala, arranged in descending order, form 1111122334, or 158731762 x 7



Fact 20



Someone may ask: You only addressed the Quran in its textual form. What about the pronunciation of the Qurans words? Is there anything miraculous about it? To this, we confidently say that the scope of the numerical miracle covers both the written and recited word of the Quran.

Having said that, a quick Arabic lesson needs to be learnt by those who are unfamiliar with the ********. Some Arabic words contain letters that are pronounced twice but written only once. This is known as consonant doubling, and the technical term is gemination. In Arabic, this is known as tashdiid. Instead of writing the letter twice, Arabic has a diacritical symbol that is written above the doubled consonant which shows that it is pronounced with twice the emphasis.[1] The name of this symbol is shadda (intensification), and it looks like this: (looks like a mini w). So for example, the word very in Arabic is . The transliteration of this word is jidd-an. The letter d is the *****alent of the letter in Arabic. Notice, however, that the English letter d is written twice, while the Arabic letter is written just once. Instead of writing twice, the shadda is inserted to represent the need to emphasise the double d sound, i.e. it is written as to illustrate tashdiid.

Therefore, we ask: Are these shadda letters involved in any numerical arrangement?

The answer is that there are exactly 14 such letters in Surat Al-Fatiha, and this is the first multiple of 7. But more interesting is the way in which these 14 letters are arranged in this Chapter. Indeed, this Chapter consists of seven Verses, and each Verse contains a particular number of shadda letters:

Verse Number: [7] [6] [5] [4] [3] [2] [1]

Number of shadda letters: 3 1 2 1 2 2 3

The number 3121223 is a multiple of 7:

The number of shadda letters arranged according to their appearance in each Verse of Surat Al-Fatiha forms 3121223, or 445889 x 7



That is not all, however. Even more astonishing is the order in which these 14 letters are found across the 31 words of Surat Al-Fatiha. Below, we have reproduced the entire Chapter, highlighting the 14 shadda letters:

( . . . . . . )



We will now look for the number of shadda letters in each word of Surat Al-Fatiha. Clearly, this number will be very large, and will include many zeros, but nevertheless, it is as follows:

2000000010010010011001101101110



And incredibly, this massive number is none other than a multiple of 7!

The number of shadda letters in each word of Surat Al-Fatiha forms 2000000010010010011001101101110 =



285714287144287144428728728730 x 7



Upon reflection, we say: When reciting Surat Al-Fatiha, the number of shadda letters represents a multiple of 7. Furthermore, the arrangement of these letters in every Verse of this Chapter represents a multiple of 7. And finally, counting the number of shadda letters in each word of this Chapter gives us a 31-digit number that, again, is a multiple of 7.

Miracle or just A Coincidence?

Finally, we must put matters into perspective by logically considering the above facts. How indeed did this series of consistent numerical arrangements take place?

There are only two available possibilities here: Coincidence or miracle.

Although coincidence simply cannot occur in one Chapter as frequently as it did with Surat Al-Fatiha, we can nevertheless mathematically calculate the probability of coincidence using the simple law of probabilities.

Thus, in any literary text, the probability of deriving a number that divides by 7 is 1/7. The probability of deriving two numbers that divide by 7 is 1/7 x 7, or 1/49. The probability of deriving three numbers that are multiples of 7 is 1/7 x 7 x 7, or 1/343. As we can see, the probability of coincidence diminishes with every additional number divisible by 7.

And as we discovered with Surat Al-Fatiha, more than 30 multiples of 7 were extracted! Mathematically, the probability of this being mere coincidence is 1/7 x 7 x 7 x 730 times! In other words, this is approximately 0.000000000000000000000000044%. Therefore, coincidence is logically out of the question.

It is at such moments when we remember the profound Verses of challenge in the Quran:

(Let them then produce a recital like unto it (the Quran) if they are truthful) (Al-Tuur, 52:34) [The Mount, 52:34].

(Say: "If the whole of mankind and Jinns were to gather together to produce the like of this Qur'an, they could not produce the like thereof, even if they backed up each other with help and support) (Al-Isra, 17:88) [The Night Journey, 17:88].

(Do they not consider the Qur'an (with care)? Had it been from other than God, they would surely have found therein much discrepancy) (Al-Nisa, 4:82) [Women, 4:82].





Conclusion

It is crucial to note that the various numerical methods explored above, from arranging numbers to finding sequences and patterns linking words to numbers, are all very recently discovered techniques. This is only one way in which the Holy Quran exceeds modern science and technology in wisdom and knowledge.

Also, the accuracy of the above calculations must be appreciated. The wonders of Surat Al-Fatiha have been presented in light of absolute numerical precision; the numbers we arrived at, no matter how large, were always multiples of 7; this means that they were always whole numbers with no decimals!

The numerical consistencies and arrangements successfully prevailed in all our examples. This accuracy was maintained everywhere from the Chapter numbers, numbers of Verses, numbers of words, and even the numbers of letters. It must be stated that the meticulous care for detail is unparalleled in any other book, and is something that humans are unable to fully comprehend, let alone produce.

We must also stop and admire the Arabic ********, and particularly the Arabic of the Quran. This is because the Quran, in its textual form is written in classical Arabic, and the way in which some words are written in classical Arabic differs from modern Arabic as we know it today. For example, in Surat Al-Fatiha, the word ))is found in the seventh Verse. In modern Arabic, this word is written with an additional letter Alif (), making it )). Had this been the way this small word was written in the Chapter, many of the facts discussed above would simply have become incorrect, and the numerical arrangement would have been completely falsified.This tells us that the exact wording of the Quran has been preserved, and that the divine precision of the Holy Quran stretches to the very minute of details.

We appreciate the fact that people who dont know Arabic may find some difficulty in easily following every detailed fact, and have therefore attempted to explain things as simply as possible. However, the beauty of the numerical miracle, of course, is that it speaks the ******** of numbers, a universal ******** that people of all tongues can relate to with relative ease.

We found that some of the numbers that were derived were significantly large, which means that a normal calculator does not usually suffice, and even a scientific one may not necessarily provide the intended result. We therefore provided a useful link to an online calculator that performs such large calculations, and gives answers up to one million digits, meaning that readers can clearly see whether a number contains decimals or not. That is, if our normal calculators at home are not sufficient enough to perform such calculations, what calculator could the Prophet Muhammad have used 1400 years ago, if he indeed was the one who designed the numerical miracle?

The Quran defends itself in the following Verse:

(Or do they say, "He (Muhammad pbuh) forged it"? say: "Bring then a Surah (Chapter) like unto it, and call (to your aid) anyone you can besides God, if it be ye speak the truth!") (Yunus, 10:38) [Jonah, 10:38].

Indeed, for anyone doubting the miracle of the Quran, we simply present to them the Qurans challenge, and say that regardless the author of the Quran, this challenge has not yet been matched, even in this day and age. Also, can anyone realistically come up with a Chapter like Surat Al-Fatiha, which contains a similarly unique numerical arrangement, whilst preserving meaning, context, wisdom and profound ******** throughout the Chapter? This is simply beyond the scope of human competence, which is why the divine challenges of the Quran have persisted more than 14 centuries after the Quran was revealed.

Indeed, it is but a never-ending miracle. Allah says: (Had We sent down this Quran on a mountain, you would surely have seen it humbling itself and rending asunder by the fear of Allah. Such are the parables which We put forward to mankind, that they may reflect) (Al-Hashr, 59:21) [Exile, 59:21].

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By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel



[1] Ryding, K. (2005) A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic, 1st ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, p:24.

[2] The Million Digit Calculator

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Number 11: A witness to the Oneness of God






Like the words of Allah have no end, also the numbers Allah has mentioned are infinite. And this is a miracle regarding to number 11 in Holy Quran.
If we really want to see the Koranic miraculousness and comprehend the greatness of each miracle of Allahs (swt) verses, then we have to analyse the miraculousness within the one verse, inside each Koranic text, which itself contains many marvellous verses, and even in a small fragment from one verse. On the other hand, we can also analyse a given miracle in only one word and its repetition in the holy Book.
The Koran is not a poetic text on which we can apply a rule or a single rhyme or meter, nay! In the book of Allah, each verse is miraculous; each chapter is great. I say, each letter is astonishing!
This general vision of the miraculousness of the Koran needs a lot of scientific researches, and each research there must be a presentation of one side of the miracles: numeric, linguistic, scientific
In fact, this is what we are doing through a series of Koranic researches. These researches will draw an excellent idea about he numeric miraculousness of the Koran; this is why every and any question, the reader may ask, will be answered, if not in this research, then in the next episodes, Allahs willing.
The Oneness of God and His Most Beautiful Names:
Like the words of Allah have no end, also the numbers Allah has mentioned are infinite. Likewise, the miraculousness is not limited around number 7. There is much more numbers (too numerous to be counted) which really contain magnificent miracles. It is, then, the case for number 11. Number is a single, prime number, which cannot be divided only on itself or on number 1. Its existence in the holy Book of Allah is only a strong proof of His Oneness .
The second number, we may encounter, is number 99; the latter represents Allahs Most Beautiful Names, and its existence in the Koran proves again that Allah has 99 Name. Then, verily it is what dear prophet, Mohamed has said.



Number 11: A testimony to Allahs Oneness :
In the following paragraphs, we will observe together wonderful coordinations with number 11; this number is one of the many proofs to the Aloneness of the One who has set down the Koran. But before we start representing some wonderful realities, limited to number 11, we just must mention that the verse (1)Say: He is Allah the One and Only ( ) contains 11 letters.
The repetition of the Basmalah/ In the name of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful:
In the words of this fragment [In the name of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful], there is always a given number of words repetition as following:
*the word in the name () is mentioned in the whole Book 22 times,
*the word Allah( )mentioned in the whole Book 2699 times
*the word The Most Gracious() is mentioned in the whole Book 57 times
*the word The Most Merciful() is mentioned the whole Book 115 times
Lets now put these data in a table, where we can observe the wonders of these repetitions:
22 2699 57 115
These numbers ranged together give the number 11557269922; the latter is made up of 11 classes. This same number is a multiple of 11 :
11557269922 = 11 1050660902
Even if we gather the numbers above, the result is a number multiple of 11:
22 + 2699 + 57 + 115 = 2893 / 2893 = 11 263
The number 263 is made up of numbers, once gathered, give the number 11:
3 + 6 + 2 = 11
Some given letters and the repetitions of the word Allah:
The number of the letters of Allah =4 (in Arabic of course!), and it was mentioned 2699 times in the Koran.
Then both numbers, if ranged, are related with 11:
2699 (how much Allah was mentioned) 4 (the number of Allahs letters)
26994, that is resulted, is a multiple of 11:
26994 = 11 2454
and now, let me ask these two questions: where was Allah first mentioned? and where was it last mentioned?, then did Allah truly organise the numbers of chapters and verses to coordinate with His Holy Name?


Read the following:
The first time the word Allah is mentioned is in this verse: in the name of Allah, The Most Gracious The Most Merciful (1:1) and last it was mentioned in this verse: (2)Allah the Eternal Absolute (2:112)
The first verse:
the number of the verse the number of the chapter
1 1
The last verse:
the number of the verse the number of the chapter
2 112
The first: 11 and the second: 2112. So, 2112 next to 11 gives the number 211211, which is a multiple of 11:
211211 = 11 19201
But what is more puzzling is that the number of each verse is a multiple of 11:
1 next to 11 gives 111:
111=11*11 (for the first verse)
2 next to 112 gives 2112:
2112=11*192
The repetitions of the letters:
In ( )/ in the name of Allah, The Most Gracious The Most Merciful, the Arabic letter Alif is mentioned 3 times; lam is mentioned 4 times and ha is mentioned one time:
Ha Lam Alif [ ]
1 4 3
*The number 143 is a multiple of 11: 143= 11*13!
As for the last verse, (2)Allah the Eternal Absolute (2:112), we have :
Ha Lam Alif
1 3 2
*The number 132 again is a multiple of 11:
132= 11*12
Now, there is something more beautiful. Allahs letters are also mentioned in another miraculous way based on 111, just to be sure that Allah is ONE and LONELY!
Look at these coordinations:
(( ( )
(Allah)
3 4 4 1 2 3 3 1
= 111 13 = 111 12
The repetitions of the letters of the word Allah in the first verse:
Ha lam Lam Alif
1 4 4 3
The number we have, i.e. 1443 is a multiple of 111: 1443 = 111*13
And in the verse Allah the Eternal Absolute) we have this:
Ha Lam Lam Alif
1 3 3 2
Again, the number 1332 is a multiple of 111: 1332= 111*12
Hallowed be God! Even if we have twice mentioned the letter lam, the number is always repeated once. This is how these repetitions are strong, undoubted demonstration to the Oneness of The One God.


The number 99 and The Most Beautiful Names:
In the first verse: in the name of Allah, The Most Gracious The Most Merciful, there are three Names of Allah: Allah, The Most Gracious and The Most Merciful
Each of these has been mentioned for a specific number in the Koran, as following:
The Most Merciful The Most Gracious Allah
115 57 2699
The arrangement of these three numbers gives: 115572699, which is a multiple of 99:
115572699 = 99 1167401
And what is really surprising is that gathering these numbers also gives a number multiple of 99:
2699 + 57 + 115 = 2871 2871 = 99 29
More wonders! If we change the place of Allah and The Most Gracious, in this way:
The Most Merciful Allah The Most Gracious
115 2699 57
We will have this number: 115269957, and it is a multiple of 99: 115269957 = 99 1164343
This perfect, amazing system is only an evidence with which we can easily argue anyone and everyone that what Allah has said in this verse: (110)Say: "Call upon Allah or call upon Rahman: by whatever name ye call upon Him (it is well): for to Him belong the Most Beautiful Names (110:17) is unquestionably right and true!
Allah the Eternal Absolute:
this is the first verse of Alikhlas (the sincerity) chapter; it claims that Allah is One and Lonely God. The number of the letters of the word Allah in this verse is as following:
Ha Lam Lam Alif
2 3 3 2
The result of the arrangement of these numbers is 2332; it is a multiple of 11:
2332 = 11 212
This wonderful coordinations can be applied on the whole chapter of Alikhlas, as following:
( * * * )


(1)Say: He is Allah the One and Only; (2)Allah the Eternal Absolute; (3)He begetteth not nor is He begotten;(4)And there is none like unto Him
Ha Lam Lam Alif /
4 12 12 6
This number, 412126, which represents the repetitions of the letters of the word Allah in Alkhlas chapter, is a multiple of 11 for two times and in two directions:
412126 = 11 11 3406
Its reverse: 621214 = 11 11 5134
These results witness that Allah has organised the letters of His great Name in each verse and each word perfectly!
Numbers, which proves Allahs Oneness :
Allah, the Wisest, has chosen for His Majesty, a name that is Allah. This name is about three letters:
  • Alif: repeated in Allah one time 1
  • Lam: repeated in Allah two times 2
  • Ha: repeated in Allah one time 1
We range theses numbers, and we get this: 121, which is once again a multiple of 11:
121 = 11 11
But wait for more! If we write the word Allah and change each letter with the corresponding number, we will have:
Ha lam lam alif
1 2 2 1
Range these numbers and you will get 1221 which is about: 11*111!
1221 = 11 111
And look again at this beautiful picture:
H L A H L L A
1 2 1 1 2 2 1
= 11 11 = 11 111
Dont you get it?! Dear reader, observe now with small concentration how number 1 is repeated, either in 11 or in 111. Arent these numbers true testimonies to the Oneness and Oneness of God?!
Is it All?
Truly, these scientific realities we have been presenting all along this research dont even represent a single drop of the great ocean of the miraculousness of the Holy Koran. And if we can write books as many atoms as there are in the universe, the wonders of this book will never end! And how will the miracles of Allahs words end?!
This numeric miracle we have seen in this research is a strong demonstration that this book, the Koran, can speak to anybody, at any time and everywhere. You know it; the numeric ********, nowadays, is the ******** the entire world can understand. Likewise, we easily prove, through this numeric ********, that dear prophet Mohamed was sent to all humankind to the end of this world.
Now, let us hear these divine, striking words from Allahs Book158)Say: "O men! I am sent unto you all as the apostle of Allah to Whom belongeth the dominion of the heavens and the earth: there is no god but He: it is He that giveth both life and death. So believe in Allah and His apostle the unlettered Prophet who believed in Allah and His words: follow him that (so) ye may be guided."
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The Miracle of "Jesus"





We'll see an amazing system for the repetition of Jesus the son of Merriam. It is clear numeric miracle confirms the divine source of Holy Quran.


If you want to know who is Jesus (peace be upon him), then read the Koran! You know why, because Koran is the sole holy book that contains all certain realities. Likewise, we notice that Allah has put in the name of prophet Jesus (peace be upon him) a great numeric miracle, which unveils the numeric ******** of Koran, for we must be sure that Koran is Right. This miracle is based on number seven and its multiples; the latter is another proof that Koran has been revealed by the Lord of the seven heavens, Hallowed be Him.

In this research, we use the method of arranging the numbers, which is in fact a mathematic method called the decimal series, i.e. each limit is multiplied ten times than the preceding limit; or in other words, in this research we read the numbers like they are and do not gather them.

An amazing system for the repetition of Jesus the son of Merriam:

When we look for the word Issah (Jesus) in the Koran, we find that it was repeated all in all 25 times, and the word son was mentioned 35 times, and finally the word Merriam was mentioned 34 times. We write these numbers arranged in this way:

Merriam the son of Jesus







34 35 25



The number which represents the repetitions of these words is a multiple of seven:

25 35 34 = 7 49075



The same can be said for the letters of Jesus the son of Merriam: Jesus contains 4 letters, the son of contains 3 and Merriam contains 4.

Merriam the son of Jesus







4 3 4



434 = 7 62



You see ! we have discovered a wonderful system special to the name of Jesus Jesus the Son of Merriam , yet there are forms for this same name as The Messiah the son of Merriam, so is there another perfect system for this form?

A marvellous system for the repetition of The Messiah the son of Merriam found in the Koran:

The Messiah is repeated 11 times in the Koran whereas The son of is cited 35 times and Merriam as we saw it is mentioned 34 times. Let us write these words and the numbers for which they are repeated in this way:

Merriam the son of The Messiah







34 35 11



The resulting number, i.e. 113534, is a multiple of seven!

Accordingly, I claim that the repetition of the expression The Messiah the son of Merriam agrees with the koranic system based on number seven.

Allah says in The Women chapter, verse 171: Christ Jesus the son of Mary was (no more than) an Apostle of Allah. As I have been reading this divine description of Jesus, I noticed that the letters of this expression : Christ Jesus the son of Mary was an Apostle of Allah, agree in a wonderful way with number seven. We write the expression and the number of letters:

Christ Jesus the son of Mary [was (no more than)] an Apostle [of] Allah

The resulting number is again a multiple of seven:

444346 = 7 63478



Now look at the surprising remark: if we gather the numbers constituting this number, we will have number 25:

6 + 4 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 4 = (25)



25 represents the repetitions of the word Jesus in the Koran, and the number 63478, what results if we divide 444346 by 7, is a multiple of seven and 34; 34 represents how many time Merriam was repeated in the Koran:

63478 = 34 1867



Another miraculous system for the repeating of Merriam:

Look at these agreements between the word Merriam, Messiah and Jesus; all these words repetitions consist of an accurate system based on number seven. We know that Merriam is Jesus mother (peace be upon them all), so what can relate the two:

Messiah Merriam



11 34



1134 is a number multiple of 7:

1134 = 7 162



If we do the same for the words Merriam and Jesus, we will have:

Jesus Merriam



25 34



And 2534 is another number that is multiple of 7:

2534 = 7 362



We try now to gather the three words repetitions:

34 + 11 + 25 = 70



Awesome! Isnt it? Number 70 is a multiple of seven: 70=7*10

And even the gathering of the words Messiah Jesus The son of Merriam will give a number multiple of 7:

11 + 25 + 35 + 34 = 105



105 = 7 15



And we reask the same question:

Is it possible to come across such wonderful, accurate system? It is God The Almighty who has created everything; it is He who has organised the realities, for they would witness His oneness, witness that Jesus The Son of Merriam is Allahs word and spirit .

This system (based on seven) of the repetition of Jesus name in the Koran coordinating with seven is a strong testimony that what dear prophet Mohamed (peace be upon him) brought is about the same thing dear prophet Jesus brought. It proves that Allah , the All-Knowing has organised the name of this prophet according to system based on 7,to tell us that the One who has revealed the Koran is the Lord of the seven heavens, Hallowed be Him from what they say.

You, dear reader, if you want really to read the real bible then read the Holy Koran!

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Introduction To The Numeric Miracles




Some believes that the miracles of the Koran are in its eloquence, ******** and fluency, not in its numbers!....
Praised be Allah, The Lord of all human kinds, The One who said in His Holy Book: And We have sent down on thee the book to be a demonstration for everything and a guidance and a mercy and a good news for those who submit, and peace and prayers may be upon His prophet (saas), the mercy and the interceder for the believers, and on his family and companions.
A lot of doubts have been raised around the numeric miracles of the Koran. Some considers it a useless matter to study the numbers of the Koran because (as they see it) Koran is a book of guidance, orders and rules and not a book of maths and numbers!
Some believes that the miracles of the Koran are in its eloquence, ******** and fluency, not in its numbers! Therefore, some readers will question about the accuracy of the books that deal with the numeric miracles of Koran, and how much exacts are the results these books give? Nevertheless, what is astonishing is that some people completely deny the numeric miracle of Koran.
But why do scholars put away maths from Koran? And are there any misconceptions built around this science only because some errors were made by Rashad Khalifa ( the first to deal with this subject for the passing 25 years) and others?
Concerning these confusions, we are going to stop at the answering of the many questions and critics the numeric miracles face nowadays. Moreover, we have to make it clear and understandable how important this new field is, and what are the things any researcher should respect and the others they should avoid.
We are going to expose objectively all the critics and answer them frankly; therefore, the motive behind this paper is our love and fear for the protection of Koran and the demonstration of the truth and the reality. Then we have to pray the Lord for sincerity and knowledge.
Now, we have to start with this question:
Who is Rashad Khalifa?
Since hundreds of years, Muslim scholars have looked for the numeric miracles of the Koran. They counted its verses, its chapters, its letters and its words. Yet, their calculations often faced some inaccuracies because of the difficulty of the matter.
If we follow the writings, which deal with this subject, produced since Ibn Araby and the counting of the letters for numbers ( djummal), up to the era of Rashad Khalifa and his hypothesis concerning the number 19, we ultimately find a lot of errors and misinterpretations that are far from being logically scientific.
This man has taken some numeric realties found in the Koran as a favour, that of the number 19, and he has considered that Koran is built all in all on this number. However, what he has claimed has been wronged and his results have been denied. Thus, the numbers he has chosen for his book The Miracle of the Koran are not exact at all.
Some of the most important examples he has mentioned in his research is about the first verse: in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful ( the Bassmalah) being repeated in the Koran 19 times. This saying is not accurate.
He says the first word bism ( in the name of), instead of ism ( name), was mentioned 19 times, yet it was mentioned 22 times ( it is not a multiple of 19).
He says that the word Allah was repeated 2698 (19*142), but this number is not exact too! Allah was repeated 2699 (not a multiple of 19). However, what he has mentioned about the word arrahmane (the Gracious), being repeated 57 times, is true.
Arrahim (the Merciful), he said, is repeated 114. It is not true! It was mentioned 115. Therefore, Khalifa has given only one number out of four. This is how he deals with the other numbers he exposes. What he does is only mingling one true number with many wrong ones to give the idea of the truthfulness of his saying. Thus his hypothesis can be considered as a wrong theory.
What about the others?
Most of the researchers who consider 19 as a basis of their researches have fallen in a big trap even if it is unintentionally, either because of the wrong counting of the letters or in the way they counted them. Yet, we have not to deny the existance of some agreements based on the number 19. Truly, this number represents another numeric miracle Koran contains, and this has to do with the 30th verse of Almudathir chapter ((30)Over it are Nineteen), and we are to see some of the wonders this verse represents in the Koran.:
The number of chapters is 114 ( a multiple of 19)
The number of the letters of the first verse in the Koran ( basmalah) is 19
The number of /q/ letter in Qaf chapter is 57 (3*19)
The number of /q/ letter in Ashuraa chapter is 57, and both chapters start with this letter.
The number of ya and sine in Yassine chapter is 285 ( a multiple of 19)
In addition to these agreements, we have many numbers, which make alike agreements as the number 7 ( the most frequent number in the Koran after n 1). Allah has created 7 havens and this expression: seven heavens, seven earths) has been mentioned exactly 7 times. Likewise, the word qiblah ( the orientation or direction of prayer) has been repeated 77 times, and we know that the turning around the Kabah in Hadj and Omra is about seven times. Then we know that Allah has created seven doors to the hell-fire and the mentioning of the latter is about seven.
Another numeric miracle is the one concerning months; the word month is repeated 12 times ! it is the number of months of the year. The word day is also mentioned 365 times which equals the number of days in the year. Dunia or the world of this life and alakhirah ( the hereafter), both are mentioned 115 exactly.
However, we can say that most of the researchers, nowadays, are sincere, inchallah, even if they are wronged from time to time ( either for some errors or for some false counting) because of the difficulty of the researches in the numeric miracles, and because of the absence of references concerning this field. So, we hope they will try their best to look for the most reliable and logic way in their researches together with the strong proofs (and numeric results) to strengthen their hypothesis.
What about the counting of letters (hissab aljumal)?
A lot of researchers have worked hard to use this counting while looking for the numeric miracles in Koran, so what is it about?
It is a very old way people have used to find some numeric miracles in Koran. It is based on the substitution of each letter by a corresponding number: alif for 1, ba for 2, jim for 3according to the ABC of Arabic.
Consequently, I would like to ask this question for all those who have used this method: is it a scientific method? And I do not think I will have a logic answer for which I understand why alif has been given the number 1 and ba for 2 and why wouldnt it be for 4 for example?
This method has given no miraculous result, even if it sometimes gives some agreements. Yet, using this method to look for the Korans miracles is something illegal and may not please God. This is why it is better to avoid such method and all that concerns numeric symbols for Koranic letters, which may not be logic nor scientific, and may even be banned, till we prove its accuracy.
What are the benefits behind the numeric miracles of the Koran?
May some people say: what is good about the study of the ******** of numbers of the Koran mainly if we do have other fields of study as fiqh, science of worships, rules, interpretationswhich are more important.
First of all we have to look for what makes people ( among which we have scholars) tend to disdain the study of numeric miracles though we know how important the ******** of numbers is nowadays as long as this ******** has taken over everything around us. And because Koran is the book of all times and all places, it is necessary to find such a relationship with which we challenge the world with in this day and age.
Then those who think it useless to study numbers in the Koran, are only far away from the evolutions of this era, and almost are not specialised in maths, but what is confusing is that how come that a man who knows nothing about maths would criticize a mathematic miracle found in the Koran?
The numeric miracle is a new way through which we have to deal with the book of Allah nowadays, and the aim of it is to increase our faith (and the Believers may increase in Faith 31 al mudathir chapter).
This miracle is also a means the believers use to strengthen their belief with and increase their certainty in the book of their Lord with; this is how they would never doubt or be disturbed about this last divine message: that no doubts may be left for the People of the Book and the Believers 31 al mudathir chapter. So, the one who does not believe in this Koran and does not respect its numeric miracles, what do you think his reaction would be? Allah has informed us about his reaction: and that those in whose hearts is a disease and the Unbelievers may say "What symbol doth Allah intend by this?" Thus doth Allah leave to stray whom He pleaseth and guide whom He pleaseth 31 al mudathir. This is the state of being of the disbelievers; they are astray till they meet their Lord.
Some exaggerations we need to get away from:
It is noticed that most of the researchers in this field do base their intention in their researches on the numbers, and so they greaten their the results they have reached; then they ignore other miracles, linguistic ones, ruling ones so dont you think that this is a serious exaggeration we need to avoid?
This remark does really exist, and it has its reasons! The looking for a numeric miracle in the book of Allah, the Koran which does contain no single equation or number only those of the verses and chapters, is about a very difficult procedure. It requires that the researcher has to spend all his time and effort searching and inquiring. Moreover, no sources or references are available.
Yet, I am so sure that the miracles of the Koran are all interrelated. The numeric miracle is originated in the linguistic miracle Koran contains, and both are based on the letters and the numbers. May the meaning of some verses leads us to discover some numeric miracles. This is, for instance, what the story of the people of the cave contains. The verse gives us how many years the young men have stayed in the cave: 309 years. The story starts by Allahs saying: (10) Behold the youths betook themselves to the Cave: they said "Our Lord! Bestow on us Mercy from Thyself and dispose of our affair for us in the right way! and finishes with His saying: (25) So they stayed in their Cave three hundred years and (some) add nine (more), and if we count the words from the first word to the last one, we find exactly 309 word (=the number of the years they stayed in the cave).
Anyway! Any researcher, who is trying to look for the numeric miracles, needs to be interested in other koranic miracles, and he has to be sure that the numeric miracles are only one drop of the great ocean of the koranic miracles.
Do the numeric miracles lead the believer away from the meaning and the significance of the verses?
Some Muslim scholars see that being interested in counting the letters and the words of the Koran may lead the believer away from the meaning and the significance of the verses, which guides him to the path of His God!
This is also a wrong understanding! How come that the Omnipotent, the Great Creator would put in His book something that can lead the people away from the understanding of its verses?!!
Every single letter of the Koran contains a linguistic and a numeric miracle that needs a great comprehension and thinking. And because this book comes from Allah (swt), everything it contains is from God. Therefore, the true believer needs not to reject this miracle claiming that he is a righteous believer; on the contrary, he has to have a strong faith and believe in everything that is divine: "We believe in the Book; the whole of it is from our Lord" (Al Imrane, 7).
To meditate on the words of the Koran, its verses and its letters from the numeric side, gives the believer more chance to learn by heart the verses and remember them easily, and this is out of a long experience of ten years of looking after the koranic numeric miracles. Nevertheless, though I spend a long time searching and studying the numeric miracles of the Koran, I have never been astray from the significance of its verses; quite the reverse, I acquired something new, that of the good reciting of the verses, and the conserving of each letter, then never to add or cut another.
Then, the true believer, who loves Allah and His prophet (saas) and who has chosen the Koran a prospectus for his life, should not be away from the new scientces and technological innovations. Thus, the believer is always running to look after everything new about his sacred book, the Koran, and everything that would strengthen the word of Allah and His religion. As for the errors and some of the misinterpretations many researchers have made ( unintentionally) would never stop us from studying this new field, yet they might be a motivation for us to know more errors to be avoided.
Can humankinds bring similar miracles?
May some people, those who know nothing about nothing about the counting of the Koranic words, say: isnt it easy for a human being to construct sentences in which the repetition of words is calculated? So what is miraculous about what you are talking about?
When dealing with the book of Allah, we are in front of two parameters: linguistic and numeric. Then we cannot find any difference or disturbance in the ******** of the Koran and its eloquence from A to Z ; the same is true for the numeric feature. It is a perfect numerically and linguistically. The temptation of limiting the Koran within numbers would perturb its linguistic side; this is how none of us can ever produce similar book eloquent and balanced, then at the same time numerically arranged. There will be always something missing in peoples saying, and this is a divine law no person can break.Do they not consider the Qur'an (with care)? Had it been from other than Allah they would surely have found therein much discrepancy (Annissa, 82); this verse proves that what we have said is true. You see! This calls us to think about the beautiful arrangements the word of Allah contains, and which makes it different from peoples sayings. Isnt it an indirect sign to look for the numeric arrangements and the linguistic ones?
Are the numeric miracles reliable for the ten readings?
Numbers in the Koran constitute a point of disagreement between scholars and researchers because there are ten readings of the Koran; the latter can differ in the number of verses of some chapters, so how can we claim that these verse contain an assured reality as long as they can differ from one book (Mushaf) to another?
The answer of this question is found in the saying of Allah: Do they not consider the Qur'an (with care)? Had it been from other than Allah they would surely have found therein much discrepancy (Annissa, 82). Then, there is no difference in the book of Allah; it is only about some differences in the way the Koran is read, and others that concern numbers. Yet this variation represents in itself a variation of miracles, and gives more miracles. Thus I can say that the numeric miracles concern all the readings, all the verses, all the chapters, all the letters and all the numbers of the Koran; even a punctuation has a miraculous system in the Koran.
Nevertheless, the researchers about the numeric miracles limit their research on the reading of Hafs for Assam which is the most spread in the Islamic world, and that we have in hands nowadays. Then, if we look for another numeric miracle for the other readings, we have to make a comparative study concerning numbers, but what is certain is that for each reading there is a miracle, and the wisdom behind this variation is to add more miracles and challenges that no human being can bring. Allah says: Say: "If the whole of mankind and Jinns were to gather together to produce the like of this Qur'an they could not produce the like thereof even if they backed up each other with help and support (Alissra, 88).
However, these readings, we have to know it, are similar apart from some letters and some ways of spelling that change from one reading to another to make it easy for the people. Accordingly, we can say that these numeric miracles are reliable for all readings. Then, every believer be certain about how arranged this book is, in its meaning and significance, in its numbers of words and letters may this variation of readings hide a great linguistic or numeric miracle, yet being unable to catch it does not mean it exists not, but it means that perception and understanding as human beings are very limited.
Is there a numeric miracle in the spelling the Koranic words?
There is an important question we can raise: to what extent do the researchers in the numeric miracles consider the spelling of the Koranic words as long as we know that Koran has been sent down read and not written?
I have been interested in this question long time ago, and after a long thinking and searching I came to know that there is something in the Koran hides behind it a great miracle. Any one who reads the Koran notices that the number of the written letters is not equal to the one of the spelled letters, which means a variation in the numbers. Moreover, this variation can increase if we read continuously the verse or word by word, and there are some letters, which are read and not written; others are written and not read.
Accordingly, I have made a research on The Opening chapter (Seven Oft-Repeated verses) and I found that there is a numeric construction based on n7, to write these words the way they are written in Koran, and another construction based on 7 but concerning the spelling of words. Thus, we can conclude that the miracle includes tha written form as well as the spoken (spelled) form! This is what gives more miracles and it is enough to know that the Opening chapter contains 14 geminated letters (7*2) letters are written once but read twice.
Can we know the unseen by the means of the numeric miracles?
There is some people who exaggerate in their researches about the numeric miracle; they link Koranic numbers with political events and historical ones as the collapse of Israels government and the 11th of September events, and the prediction of the coming of Last Day, dont you think its a deviation?
Such exaggerations are found in all sciences, even in the interpretations of Koran. We may have in scholars opinions some disagreements about interpretations, and we may have some contrast in others as well as wrong interpretations.
The numeric ******** is the ******** we use to express the past and the future. We express dates by numbers; we express some of our deeds by numbers ( as travelling, Hadj, Ramadhan) We have made the Night and the Day as two (of Our) Signs: the Sign of the Night have We obscured while the Sign of the day We have made to enlighten you; that ye may seek Bounty from your Lord and that ye may know the number and count of the years: all things have We explained in detail (Israa 12).
Nowadays, astronomers can predicate the exact time of the suns and moons eclipses, and this is not forbidden. It is true that the unseen is in the hands of God, but there are things we can know through calculations like the black holes which cant be seen but can be calculated by the means of their distance, gravity and how fast the are moving.
Then, the problem is not in numbers, but the use of them in a scientific way. Any one who claims that he has got from Koran some futuristic dates or events, has to bring a scientific proof. Yet, we better avoid talking about the unseen without proofs and just remember: (59)With Him are the keys of the Unseen the treasures that none knoweth but He. He knoweth whatever there is on the earth and in the sea. Not a leaf doth fall but with His knowledge: there is not a grain in the darkness (or depths) of the earth nor anything fresh or dry (green or withered) but is (inscribed) in a Record Clear (to those who can read) Alanam.
What are the conditions the researcher in this field should respect?
Scientific research is about three elements: data, plan of studying and results. Moreover, it should be within the boundaries of religion and its rules, for it can be accepted logically and religiously.
The data: it must be from Koran itself, and we have to be careful not to include things Allah will not be pleased with. This is what can make many researches lose their accuracy. If we substitute Allahs name with n66 ( ABC for 123) where alif is for 1 and the first lam is for 30 as the second and the ha for 5, to get 1+30+30+5=66, who ever said that this number represents Allahs name?!!
This is why it is necessary to get all numbers from Koran, as the number of verses, chapters, lettersin a way that convinces both the believer and the disbeliever. For instance, saying that the number of verses of the Opening is 7 is true and exact because it exists in Koran and you can count it.
The way we have to deal with this data: it must be based on a scientific and a religious pillar. It is forbidden to use non-scientific methods because Koran, as Allah has perfectly created and sustained this universe, is also perfectly arranged: (1)Alif Lam Ra. (This is) a Book with verses basic or fundamental (of established meaning) further explained in detail from One Who is Wise and Well-Acquainted (with all things) Hud. Some researchers follow non-scientific methods; sometimes they add number of verses; others they subtract numbers of letters or add or divide for they can have a previous result they thought about. Some others try to convince the readers with a hypothesis they have already put in their brains. This is not scientific at all only if they would prove it.
The results: they must represent a true miracle; any researcher needs to find an accurate, not by hazardous, result using the law of probabilities. Moreover, he has to be aware that numeric miracles is a means to perceive the numeric construction of Koran and not an aim!
He has to stay away from predictions which are in the hands of God, and never relates events and dates with numbers. We do not deny that Koran contains all sciences and all times but we need to be ware and patient before claiming any result, if not we are going to help our enemies to deny the miracles of this book.
Words have to be said
Any new science would face errors at the beginning till it reaches exact knowledge. And this is absolutely normal for numeric miracles because the latter are hard to discover, and need thousands of researchers to work on though some have fallen in errors. However, true believers who fear for their religion should correct these errors to have Allahs reward.
Even if some see it useless to study numbers of the Koran, it has no scientific proof or raison to avoid that. Yet all technological evolutions nowadays have proved how important the numeric ******** is and challenge the ones who deny the truthfulness of this book with it. Because the numeric ******** is the ******** of modern sciences, what makes it impossible to find it in the Koran? And what is bad about the publications that may give more importance to the word of Allah and challenge the materialists with the ******** they master?
This is how the true believer should not reject this miracle; he needs to think over Koran and look after its miracles; Koran will be his interceder on the day of judgement when being alone. So look for what you have done for the book of Allah and His religion?
O Lord! Make us see the right every where and follow it And make us see the false and avoid it !!!
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New Numeric Miracle



We can say: In every number, there is a wonderful miracle, because the Quran is the book of Allah

In the name of Allah, The Most Gracious The Most Merciful, Allah says:

"Let them then produce a recital like unto it if (it be) they speak the Truth!" (The Tur chapter :34)

The numbers that Allah has chosen for His holy book (The Koran) no human kind can ever produce like them. Allah, Glorified be Him, has chosen for his book:

  • The number of verses: 6236 verses
  • The number of chapters: 114 chapters
  • The number of the years of revelation: 23 years.


Then these special numbers found in the Quran fit a very big number of equations that would never be realized by other numbersand the following are some of these equations; the numbers are ranged from big to small.

The number of the koranic chapters 114: its characteristic is that the number of the first chapter and that of the last one constitute the number of the number 114, and it is a multiple of the number 7; moreover, the total of its numbers gives the sum of 7: ( 1+1+4+1=7)

The years of revelation 23: it has the same feature, in the sense that the first year and the last one constitute the number of 231 ( a multiple of 7).

The verses and the chapters constitute the number of 1146236 which is about seven categories and can be divided by 7 in the two senses; the sum of its numbers too gives 23 ( the number of the years of revelation):

1+1+4+6+2+3+6=23

The total of the singles of the three numbers:

2+3+1+1+4+6+2+3+6= 28=74

The number 28 has a very important significance, i.e. it represents the number of the letters of the Arabic ABC (the ******** of the Koran)

The chapter 114 and the years 23: the constitute a number that is a multiple of 7: 23114, and the total of the numbers of each is:

2+3=5

1+1+4=6

then 56 is a multiple of 7.

The verses and the years: they constitute a number that is multiple of 7 was too: 236236

The verse which talks about the divine protection of the holy Koran:

"We have without doubt sent down the Message; and We will assuredly guard it (from corruption" (Al Hijr chapter: 9).

The number of the letters in this verse is 28, the same number of the letters of the Arabic ABC!!!

Moreover, the number of this verse (which talks about the protection of the Koran) wonderfully agrees with the number of the Koranic chapters as following:

The verses together with the number of this verse gives 96236 which is a multiple of 7 for two times.

The chapters together with the number of this verse gives 9114 which is also a multiple of 7 for two times.

To conclude, nothing is left but to mention that each of these three numbers has a limited number of classes:

23114 is a number of 5 classes

236236 is a number of 6 classes

1146236 is a number of 7 classes

and if we range the three numbers, we will have 567 (a multiple of 7).

So look how wonderful and miraculous these agreements between 7 and the three numbers (the number of verses, of chapters and of the years of revelation), and this is only part of the many equations. Then, researches that have been published contain more equations and more agreements between 7 and other prime numbers which have a koranic significance.

Therefore, we have to ask a question to those who have claimed they can produce such divine book:

Can you bring these three numbers 23-114-6236 only? so if you can not do, just remember Allahs saying:

"And if you are in doubt as to what We have revealed from time to time to Our servant then produce a Surah like thereunto; and call your witnesses or helpers (if there are any) besides Allah if your (doubts) are true. But if you cannot and of a surety you cannot then fear the fire whose fuel is Men and Stones which is prepared for those who reject Faith. (The Cow chapter: 23-24)

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What Is The Reason of Studying Numeric Miracles?





This is an article about my story with the numeric miracles in the Book of Allah. How was beginning
The beginning of the journey
It all started 20 years ago when I read a small book entitled On it, their is 19 (by Dr . Rached Khalifa) . The numbers and the coordinations that were built on 19 the book contained have startled me so much . Yet, after years and after I discovered they were almost all wrong, every thing has changed . Moreover, things got worse when I heard that Dr. Rached Khalifa claimed himself a prophet and able to predict the date of doomsday and was killed after words.
Then, I became not convinced at about the idea of numeric miracle, and what had strengthen my point of view what I heard from many great scholars; the latter completely denied this kind if miracles because they always came back to the example of Rashad Khalifa who went astray and died a heretic. But more than that, some of them were warning people not to study numbers in Koran for not fall in the same sin as Rashad Khalifa who came to the point to precise the date of the Day of Judgement claiming it will be on the year 1710 hijri ( the number is a multiple of 19) .
I kept on my denying this miracle till I started learning by heart the verses and chapters of the Book of Allah and repeat them then apprehend their significance, eloquence and perfect weaving. Then I was persuaded that the miracle of Koran is in its eloquence and ******** not in its numbers.
A meeting with an atheist
Allah wanted me to meet one of the atheists who have been influenced by the West and its materialistic ideologies, for which they became to consider everything by numbers and calculations. And after a lot of debates, I discovered that the way of the thinking of those atheists is to wrong any believer who tries to talk with them about religion, to convince him he is a stupid person and to prove the absence of any God to this universe which relies only on Nature its rules and eternity.
I tried to show him some Koranic verses which have influenced me the most with their eloquences and meaning after I learned them by heart. And I said to him: can you find in humankinds speeches such eloquence?, and he immediately answered: yes! In Arabic old poetry which was more eloquent!! o men! I beg the Lord for forgiveness, but this is their doctrine and this is their way of answering. Then, to close the door of debate about the ******** and eloquence of Koran, he added: and in British literature, there is more eloquence and in the saying of Indian wise men and in the followers of Buddhas sayings too, there is more clarity and eloquence.
After many debates about the Koranic miracles, as the Korans prediction of the Romans victory after their defeat in 620 ad, or the mentioning of internal waves in the deep dark sea, or the mentioning of mountains inside the earth, and so many examples of historical, scientific and ruling miracles, I found him answering repeatedly: Im not a man of seas, Im not a man of mountains and Im not a man of geology!!!. Then, I did not find any way out except numeric miracles to argue him with after he closed all fields though I was not convinced with this field of numeric miracles-. I gave him one single correct example I was sure of, that of the first verse of Koran: the basmalah (in the name of Allah), where the number of letters is 19, and it was mentioned 114 times in the Koran, i.e. a multiple of 19.
Disturbed then ran away
I found him stand and think over and over then felt disturbed by unexpected surprise. He could not run away from this numeric strong ********, but he did not find the words to say except: this is a coincidence!. Therefore, I gave him another example but more complicated; I said: dont you that there are in Koran chapters that begin with fragments of letters none of the interpreters or researchers could understand; two of these chapters start with the letter qaf (/q/) : Shuraa and Qaf. Though the first one is much longer than the second, the number of the letter qaf in both chapters is 57 and which is a multiple of 19 (57=19*3).
This is not enough; the total of letters for both chapters is 57+57 and which gives 114 exactly; this number represent the number of chapters in Koran, and the letter qaf, in Arabic, is at the beginning of the word Quran. Moreover, the first chapter ( Shuraa) begins with talking about revelation: (1-3)
And the second one (Qaf) starts with talking about the Koran: (1)
This is a sign that the starting with the letter qaf for both chapters is a symbol of Koran, even its mentioning in both chapters is equal to the number of chapters of the Koran, i.e. 114. this wonderful harmonization disturbed our friend who turned on the paper on which I wrote these numbers; he tried to wrong these results and calculations, yet he could not do so because it is all correct. After a long appraisal of these results, he said critically: this is another twist of fate!, then added: if all the Koran is built on such perfect numeric system, only at that time I will be convinced!
The beginning of a new journey
I restarted my searching in the books of numeric miracle to look for more numeric realities, yet I found nothing but preludes to some agreements based on number 19 and other prime numbers. These agreements and arrangements were not enough to convince this atheist or other people like him about the perfect numeric system the letters, the verse and the chapters of Koran constitute.
The conditions through which I met this atheist are gone, but the word he said: if all the Koran is built on such perfect numeric system, only at that time I will be convinced! made me start a new journey in the world of Koran, and change my way of thinking; I said: as long as Allah is the One who has settled down Koran, then it is impossible not to find perfect coordination and agreements in everything not only in some verses and chapters, and as long as it is He who has put this perfect system in His book, then their must be a great aim behind it because Allah does not put something in His book aimlessly.
And recognised what Quran calls us to do: to think over about the arrangements and coordinations found in Allahs word, to deprive it from any disorder, differentiations or contrast human beings words contain. It leads us, too, to apprehend the perfection and order the system Koran contains, for we can be so sure about its divinity, and not because I felt doubt about the book of Allah at all, but to have more knowledge, certainty and greatening of His book, the book that will intercede for me on the day of judgement when I will all alone. Yet, my researches and works are for the sake of Allah, Him The Oft-Forgiver.
A sincere prayer
I prayed Allah, the Accepter of All prayers, He would choose me out of His billion servants to have more knowledge about His miracle, I prayed Allah that my work would bring benefit and profit . I started to beg Him for His protection from any bad or useless knowledge as our prophet (p.b.u.h) taught us to do and say. Then years have passed, passed full of work and continuous searching within good conditions Allah has bestowed me with, and which were there for me to help me spend the day and night counting the letters and words of Koran, and try to look for the numeric construction of these verses.
The only thing that pushed me to withstand, though so hard was the searching, is being sure to gain a great reward whatever the result would be. If the numeric miracle does really exist, then, I thought, Allah (swt) has chosen me to unveil this new miracle Koran contains, and which may have a string influence to guide some atheist to the right path of their Lord, to His religion and His book. And if such miracle does not exist, then Allah has chosen me to warn people from such science and its illusions and that these numbers are useless.
In both cases, the reward of Allah is there, inchallah. Then as long as the heart is sane and full of sincerity and faith, Allah will undoubtedly guides me to the right path because it is He who says: and if anyone believes in Allah (Allah) guides his heart (aright): for Allah knows all things (Taghabun, 11) and He says: And if anyone puts his trust in Allah sufficient is (Allah) for him (Talaq, 3).
Some intentional and unintentional errors
When I was reading what has been written about numeric miracles, I always had some surprises about intentional and unintentional errors, and what made it impossible for me to be convinced was that some writers did not follow a stable plan, but you find them change his way of calculation just to get a previous result they had on their minds. They seemed to take all ways only to show right their calculations. Others even included numbers from outside the Koran. Others considered any result they got as a great miracle and always forgot that coincidence plays a role in such calculations.
The many errors, either in calculations or in the way of searching, I found in some books, pushed me to look for the truth and follow numeric realities of the Koran only to reach the truth. I thought that if the miracle is there than no need to use complicated ways to discover it. Thus, Allah has described His book as being clear and patent : (2)By the Book that makes things clear ( Azukhruf).
I also thought that the miracle should be found in every single Koranic element (its letters, its verses and its chapters), and it must be a concrete proof of the divine protection of this book, the Koran, from any deviation, adding, or lessening for which if a single letter is missing or moved, the whole numeric system will be no more reliable. Accordingly, this system, if it exists, will be a testimony and evidence that this book was sent down by Allah, Hallowed be Him.
Then if we change the order of a single letter, the numeric construction of Koran will be affected; therefore, the miracle should respect the ordering of the words and the verses beside the counting of letters and their totals and orderings in each word of the Koran.
Under this perception, I needed to study letters from Koran differently and with new methods. This is why I went back to Modern Maths most complicated numeric system: algebraic series, and I came to know that these mathematic series are used in all modern sciences, from nuclear sciences up to astronomy, even computers are based on doubled numeric series.
A wonderful result
I began, afterwards, to write the Koranic verses as they are written in Koran and count the letters of each word or count the letters of the name of God Allah, The Highest, in each word then read the resulting number in the way of ranged numbers. The result was surprising and wonderful because all the resulting numbers were multiples of seven. After that, I spent two years studying this system that is based on 7 and I attained thousands of numeric realities. This is why I was convinced that the letters of Koran are perfectly organised according to a miraculous system based on 7. Nonetheless, atheists always try to find tortuous ways and false proves to deny the clear, absolute truth, i.e. to prove that Korans numeric miracles are out of coincidence.
This is why I concentrated the research on special verses and even on special fragments or parts of these verses, only to put aside any pretension around the interference of chance. But there was a question I have asked: how can I choose the verses I have to study among thousands of verses? I know they would accuse me to choose verses that fit my calculations and deny the miracle?!!. Yet, Allah the Merciful helped me find my way out, and I knew that Allah will refute their proves because it is He who said: (141)Already has He sent you word in the Book that when ye hear the signs of Allah held in defiance and ridicule ye are not to sit with them unless they turn to a different theme: if ye did ye would be like them. For Allah will collect the hypocrites and those who defy faith all in hell (The Women).
Who is more Truthful than Allah?
They do not accept this Koran, and they say it is the production of Mohamed (p.b.u.h)! However, Allah makes sure in one of the Koranic verses how truthful are His sayings: and whose word can be truer than Allah's? ( The Women, 122) so tell me is there anyone who is more truthful than Allah?? Yet how can we persuade those people about the truthfulness and divinity of these words? How can we bring strong proves and testimonies to stop them from denying this eternal miracle?
I found, therefore, that the numeric ******** is the strongest and the perfect way to deal with the matter because it is the clearest ******** none can deny. Then, I became convinced at 100% about the existence of a numeric miracle in the Koran mainly after I got thousands of correct, certain results that fit all Koran without exception (in all its letters, verses, and chapters). However, in front of these many words that represent Allahs words truthfulness and veracity, how can we get the miracle out of hem, for it can be a direct and strong proof to those who deny the divinity of this book?
I said: as long as Allah has created every single nucleus in this world made of 7 layers, has created 7 heavens and 7 earths, has made for the week 7 days, has bestowed His dearest prophet (p.b.u.h) 7 oft-repeated ( The Opening of the Book), has ordered us to turn around the Kabah 7 times, and to walk between Safah and Marwa 7 times, to prostrate on 7 bones and to avoid the 7 greatest sins, has made for hell-fire 7 doors and so many things that are based on number 7, then isnt it out of wisdom to organize His books letters according to this number?
The letters of the chosen part
I started to write the letters of the chosen part (verse) and under each word, I put a number, which represent the number of the letters of this word. The result was wonderful: the resulting number is a multiple of 7! Let us see and think about what has been written in the book of Allah:
and who is more truthful than Allah
1 2 4 2 4 4
The number 442421 can be divided on 7, i.e. it is a multiple of 7: 442421= 7*63203; even the latter (63203) is a multiple of 7: 63203= 7*9029. Thus we can that the number which represents the letters of the verse above is a multiple of 7 for two times. The believer is certain that this is not out of coincidence as there is no place for that in the Word of Allah, but it is about a perfect divine production. On the other hand, atheists think that this coordination is only by coincidence. This is why I said: the miracle of this verse has not begun yet!
The letters of the name of God Allah
Now, I wonder how to get more arrangements based on 7 with which I can prove the divinity of the word of Allah, the Koran? This is how I spent many months searching and studying, but I said: why dont I try to search in the word Allah? it is God who said these words, then it is logic that He, the Wisest, would have organized His great name Allah in a miraculous way to be a sign to the divinity of this Book. I thought, if I could link between the letters of His name Allah and the verse above to find a relationship between them; that will be the strongest testimony with which I can prove that Koran is Allahs book where He, the Lonely God, has put His miracle.
Allah has chosen for His name Allah the letters (alif, lam, ha) (a,l,h). Therefore, the secret is there in these chosen letters. This is how I had the idea to count these letters in Koran. I thought, what would happen if I count these letters in Koran?
That was a simple, yet a marvellous, operation. I was surprised to do that but I had such wonderful results: the number of these letters (alif, lam, ha) in the previous verse is 7!!! ( alif=3, lam=3, ha=1).
I said: Praised band Glorified be Allah, in this verse the number of letters which constitute His name is 7! But is it all?? of course not! There is much more arrangements. Yet, will there be arrangements based on 7? I.e. is there any relationship that links between 133 ( which represent the word Allah and the repetition of its letters).
This is what I really found! When I ordered these numbers according to the letters of Allah, this was the result:
H L A
1 3 3
The number is 133= 7*19
Now, we have four harmonisations with 7 in the same verse:
  • the number which represents the letters of the verse is a multiple of 7
  • the result of the division of this number on 7 is a multiple of 7
  • the number of the letters of Allah in this verse is a multiple of 7
  • the mentioning of these letters in the verse is a multiple of 7
Nonetheless, although these arrangements cannot be by accident, the atheist is always doubtful about any miracle if it will be strengthened by a strong proof. This is why the precedent operation were not enough because I thought that any atheist would say that he is able to write a text where letters are organised in such way.
The greatest numeric results
This issue has given me a new start in my journey of researches. It lasted many months during which I was always praying the Lord to bestow me with sincerity and guidance to His path to discover this miracle. I said: if the letters in the name of God Allah and the number of their repetitions is a multiple of 7, so what will I find if ever distributing these numbers on each word of the previous verse? and verily, I have never predicted to come to such great result, the greatest one all along my journey of searching.
I wrote the words of the verse and under each word, I put the number which refers to how many alif, lam, and ha the word contains:
and who is more truthful than Allah
0 0 1 0 4 2
The result is 240100 and it is a multiple of 7 four times:
240100 = 7 * 7 * 7 * 7 * 100
Hallowed be Allah, the One who has perfectly chosen these numbers and these words. You The Most Truthful Most powerful ask Your poor servants to believe You: and who is more truthful than Allah and You also put these proves and miracles which they cannot bring things alike, yet they deny and reject this Koran? And You The Merciful, The Gracious, despite their heresy, give them food, money and children and have mercy upon them and forgive them when they repent!!!
Glorified be Allah! A verse which talks about Lord, contains a mentioning of His names letters which equals to 7, and their repetition gives a number that is a multiple of 7 and their distribution is a multiple of 7 for 4 times and the whole, final result is about 100!!!! Isnt it a great result to prove that Koran is Allahs book,!!
The position of the word Allah
This is a miracle that needs to be thought over and over; yet it is not all the story! There are more miraculous arrangements based on 7. I read and reread this great word Allah and said: if Allah had perfectly organized the letters of His name in this verse, has He ordered the position of His great name as well?
Consequently, I tried to count letters before and after Allah in this verse. The result was puzzling: the number is 7!! Let us write (in Arabic) the letters:
and who is more truthful than Allah
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9 4
You see! There are 9 before and 4 after, which gives, once arranged, number 49=7*7!
This is not at all out of coincidence because even the number of words before and after Allah is a multiple of 7: 14=7*2
and who is more truthful than Allah
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4 1
And to burn all doubts, if we count the letters alif, lam and ha before and after:
and who is more truthful than Allah
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1 2
2 and 1 once arranged, give 21=7*3!
And the question is: you, atheists, can you bring such eloquent literary text where you talk about yourselves like Allah did in this verse, and organise its words and letters in a way to be coordinated with the number 7 and with the letters of your names many times?
So if you do not believe that Koran is the word of Allah, read with me this divine words: (34)Let them then produce a recital like unto it if (it be) they speak the Truth! (Attur), tell me now: why do your hearts refuse to submit in humiliation to the greatness of the words of Allah and to His miracle?
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- The Encyclopaedia of the Numeric Miracles in the Holy Quran. By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel.


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Numeric Miracle In Surah "Yassine"



I had a story with a miraculous text from Koran.. with the "Heart" of Koran, Yassine Chapterwe'll see many miracles in this...
There are a lot of things that we see and meet every day, yet most time we just ignore then though they have infinite, interesting secrets and marvels. This is why I have tried my best to look after anything that has a relationship with the book of Allah and look for its significance. I always stopped at any verse and think about and over each verse; I also always heard the verses with great humility and submission, because of the weight of each word of Allah.
The one who spends his life, interests and thinking, reading and comprehending the Koran, the latter becomes his life and all days. This would bring him harmony, influence and pleasure to hear the Koranic verses. Broadly speaking, my every hobby, my every pleasure, my every happiness and my every single moment of joy, all comes to me whenever I read part of the Koran and understand its significance for long hours. This is, for me, the extreme happiness one can have, mainly after I was blessed by the learning of the Koran and the reading of its interpretations, rules, miracles and wonders.
A story
I had a story with a very short, yet so miraculous, text from Koran. I was once coming back from a journey, and the driver, I was with, had put in his car such a beautiful picture where there was written this verse: Yassne, By the Qur'an full of Wisdom, and then the whole chapter of Yassne was written below this verse with a very beautiful style of writing. This sacred text has attracted me and interested me so much. I felt concentrated in understanding the meaning of this verse. Moreover, I felt that Allah, The Almighty, has organised the words of this verse in such a wonderful and miraculous way. This is how my thinking and staring at the picture has lasted all along the way.
When I came back home, I was still thinking of those words that have hypnotised me: Yassne, By the Qur'an full of Wisdom, so the very first thing I did was to write these words to look at them to over think about their significance. Therefore, a strong feeling has fallen upon me to tell me that these words contain a wonderful relationship with what they are talking about, i.e. the wisdom o the Koran, and because this verse talks about the Koran Yassne, By the Qur'an full of Wisdom, then there must be a link between its letters and Koran. From that time on, my journey of the studying of this Koranic text has started, with the counting of its letters and words.
Though the operation was too hard, yet my will and eagerness to discover the miracle of this text had pushed forward to resist and carry on. You see! We are in front of four words only, and to each word, there is a limited number of letters:
Yassine for two letters, and for one letter, The Koran for six letters, that is full of wisdom for six letters ( this counting is based on the Arabic letters and the Arabic text) i.e.
Yassne, By the Qur'an full of Wisdom,
6 6 1 2


Significances
The researches, I have made on the numeric miraculousness of Koran, taught me many things. They taught me that this text has a relationship with what its words mean only because the whole Koran is built on such perfect, organised system. This is, verily, what I have found out.
As we know, Yassne chapter is the heart of the Koran, and this is what the most truthful of all humankinds dear prophet (peace be upon him) says in the Hadith. Likewise, we know that this chapter is among the most special chapters of our holy book, among those which begin with fragment of letters; the latter still are a secret that none of the interpreters or even researchers have understood or comprehended. Despite this, we hope that one day Allah will bless one of His servants reaching their meanings.
I wrote the text of this text where under each word I put the corresponding number (which represents the number of letters of the word), for I can get the its system and its relationship with what these words mean, i.e. the wisdom of the Koran.
I thought, if I could find a mathematic relationship between the two, that will be a good, concrete proof to the non-arbitrariness of this book. That will be also a challenge to humankinds ho are unable to bring such organised texts where the letters, the words and the verses are coordinated in a miraculous harmony.
I wrote: "Yassne, *By the Qur'an full of Wisdom"
6 6 1 2
In this beautiful picture, we have two lines: one of words, and the other of numbers where each number express the letters of each word. When we say: (1) Yassne, (2)By the Qur'an full of Wisdom, we obviously understand that this is a divine a swearword that this book is full of wisdom. On the other hand, when we read the corresponding numbers, we have 6612 which expresses the way the words of the text are ranged: : "Yassne, *By the Qur'an full of Wisdom"
6 6 1 2
the number 6621 is so accurate because it really represents the number of the letters of this verse, when ranged according to the way they are written in the Koran.
If we gathered the number 2+1+6+6= 15, nothing is shown and nothing is miraculous. However, if we range the numbers horizontally, we get the number 6612. Therefore, we can understand that the whole secret is in the ranging of these words and their numbers.
A question that has confused me
Despite of these things, there still was a question that has taken me months to answer: what is the relationship between Koran and the number 6612??
Therefore, after a very long time of thinking and concentration, I started to study this number and analyse it numerically. Great! There lied the surprise; this number (6612) which represents the letters of a text talking about the wisdom of the Koran, coordinates with the number of the chapters in Koran 114!!! And here is the detail
The number 6612 is equal to 114 multiplied by 58!!
Then, the number which represents the text we have is a multiple of 114 (the umber of the chapters of the Koran), but what about the resulting number 58? Has any relationship with Koran?
This matter also has taken me a very long time of searching about the words in the Koran and looking for how many times they are mentioned. Again, I was very amazed; the word The Koran is mentioned 58 times in the book of Allah. Accordingly, we can read the previous equation as following:
The number, which represents the letters of the text, is equal to the number of chapters in Koran multiplied by the number of the mentioning of the word The Koran
Hallowed be Allah, The Wisest, The Almighty! So tell me now, do you think that these numbers are raged in random?! Or it is Allah, with great knowledge and extreme wisdom, who has organised them in this perfect way?!
The heart of the Koran
During my research, I was always thinking with great conviction that the miracles and the miraculousness of this text (and all the other Koranic verses) will never end. I was always thinking too of the prophets (p.b.u.h.) saying: Yassne is the heart of the Koran. I said: can we find a significance between this description the heart of the Koran and the number we have?
We have the number 6612, but what will happen if we reverse it? (We know that the word heart in Arabic is derived from the word overturn and the change from one direction to its opposite). Therefore, can we find significance to the overturned number, i.e. 2166? Does it have any relationship with the holy Koran?
This is motivated me to spend more time and strength to look for the answer. Soon, I got a very unexpected result! I found that the overturned number also is a multiple of 114 ( 2166=19*114)!
You see! What miracle to find that a text talking about the wisdom of the Koran is represented by a number that is a multiple of 114 no matter how you read it.
Yet, What about the number 19, what does it represent? We know that every single number in the Koran has its significance!
One more time, I restarted the research to find out the clue. Few days later, I discovered that the order of the Yassne chapter among the chapters that begin with fragments of letters is 19! Now, the meaning of the second equation is clarified.
Now we can say
The number which corresponds to the letters of the text or the verses (1) Yassne, (2)By the Qur'an full of Wisdom, is equal to the number of the Koranic chapters multiplied by the number of times the word The Koran is mentioned in the holy book, and if we just overturn the first number it will be equal to the number of the Koranic chapters multiplied by the order of Yassne among the chapters beginning with fragments of letters, i.e. yassne represents the heart the Koran.
In front of this numeric reality that none will deny, the believer must bow in humility and submission before the greatness of this divine book. As for the disbelievers, we should advise them to rethink about their assumption of the denial of the miracles of this book, and to re-ask this question: are they out of coincidence? Or it is Allah who has organised his words in a perfect system, for they can be a strong testimony to the truthfulness of His book and His prophet? This is why the very next verse, Allah mentions His dear prophet to make sure that this apostle, Mohamed (p.b.u.h) is so truthful, and that he is on the right path of His Lord.
Hear now these verses: (1)Ya Sin. (2)By the Qur'an full of Wisdom (3)Thou art indeed one of the apostles (4) On a Straight Way (5)It is a Revelation sent down by (Him) the Exalted in Might Most Merciful.
Observations
We have counted the letters as they are written not as they are spelled, and this is the accurate procedure whenever we do a research on numeric miracle.
The connector and (in Arabic ) is taken in consideration as a single, separate word and ever in Arabic we do have words, nouns and letters; this is why, we have counted as a single word though it is about a connector and a swearword in the verse.
As for the ranging of the numbers in the way of the decimal system, the latter has a mathematic base called the decimal series, where each part of the series is doubled ten times.
The word The Koran is mentioned 49 times, and the word Koran is mentioned 9 times; the whole is about 58 times. However, the word a Koran or his Koran were not counted because we have dealt with the way words are written (we consider the words apart from their articles or adjectives).
The specific chapters, which begin with incomprehensible fragments of letters, are about 29, and the number of Yaassine among them is 19.
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By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel

Sources:
- The Encyclopaedia of the Numeric Miracles in the Holy Quran. By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel.

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Number 7 in the Holy Quran





Are the Numerical Miracles in the Holy Quran Coincidences? Or Real Miracles! Let's read...
Introduction
In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful, Most Beneficent. May prayers and peace be upon the prophet Mohammad, his family and his companions.
The logical reasoning says that a coincidence does not happen many times in the same book, except if the author of that book has arranged it following a specific way. The matching results with the number 7 illustrated in this article are clear evidences that God Almighty, Allah, has arranged his book in a form that is in harmony with that number, so that it might lead us to the conclusion that the Quran is a revelation from the Creator of the seven heavens.
The number seven has a great presence in our life and worship, because the heavens are seven, the colors are seven, the days are seven, the orbits in the atom are seven, we turn around the Kaaba seven times, we run between Safa and Marwa seven times, we stone Lucifer seven times, we are commanded by seven commands, we are forbidden to commit seven sins, the greatest sins that directly lead to Hell are seven, there are seven kind of people Allah will put them under His shade on the day of judgment, and so many other countless things.
The previous makes the number 7 on the top of other numbers after the number 1 that indicates the Unitarianism of God Almighty, because he is one and unique.
The number 1 is the most repeated number in the Quran, after it, comes the number 7, and that might be an indication to the Unitarianism of the Creator firstly, then to his power of creation. Allah says:
It is Allah who has created seven heavens and of the earth the like. His command descends between them, that you may know that Allah has power over all things, and that Allah surrounds all things in (His) knowledge. (Al-Talaq 65:12).
Now contemplate with me the following clear facts:
  • The number of heavens is seven, and when we look in the Quran for the statement seven heavens we find that it is repeated seven times throughout the whole Quran exactly as the number of heavens!
  • Among all the numbers, the number 7 is the first number stated in the Quran.
  • When we look for the appearing frequencies of all the numbers in the Quran, we find that the number 7 is the most repeated number after the number 1.
  • When we look at the first chapter in Allahs book, that is Al-Fatihah (the opening), we find that it is made of seven verses, and it is composed of twenty-one alphabets, which is a multiple of 7 (21=73).
  • But the astonishing thing in this great Sura which consists of 7 verses is that the number of letters of Allahs name in this Sura is seven times seven!!! i.e. the number of the letters A, L and H in this Sura is 49 letters, i.e. 77.
  • God Almighty has told us about the number of the doors of Hell, may Allah protect us from it, when He said: To it are seven Gates. (Al-Hijr 15:44). We find that the word Hell is repeated 77 times throughout the whole Quran and this number is also a multiple of 7, and made of 7 and 7, and equal to 711, so, Hell has seven gates and was repeated in the Quran in a number of times that is a multiple of seven.

The Number Seven in the Holy Quran
The first time the number seven is stated in the Quran is in the verse where God Almighty says: ...then He directed Himself to the heaven, so He made them complete seven heavens, and He knows all things. (Al-Baqarah 2:29).
And the last time the number seven is stated in the Quran is in the verse: And We have built above you seven strong (heavens) (Al-Nabaa 78:12).
Now look at the following facts:
  • When we count the number of Suras from the Sura 2, where the number 7 is stated for the first time, to the Sura 78, where the number 7 is stated for the last time, we find that there are exactly 77 chapters, and this number is a multiple of seven.
  • When we count the number of verses from the verse (2:29), where 7 appears for the first time, to the verse (78:12), where 7 appears for the last time, we find that there are exactly 5649 verses, and this number is also a multiple of seven.
  • When we count the number of verses from the beginning of Surat Al-Baqarah 2 (2:1), where 7 appears for the first time, to the end of Surat An-Naba 78 (78:40), where 7 appears for the last time, we find that there are 5705 verses, and this number is also a multiple of seven!

The question now is: Is it a coincidence that the number of Suras is a multiple of seven, and the number of verses is also a multiple of seven, in verses that are talking about the number seven?!
The Most Beautiful Word
It is the word Allah Glory be to Him, God Almighty has arranged that word in his book following a strong pattern based also on the number seven as a proof that He is the Lord of the seven heavens.
The word Allah was stated for the first time in the first verse of the Quran, which is In the name of Allah, most Gracious most Merciful. (Al-Fatihah 1:1), while the last time this glorious name was stated was in the verse: Allah, the Eternal, the Absolute; (Al-Ikhlas 112:2)
Now look at the following wonderful facts and their relation with the number 7:
  • From the Sura 1, where the word Allah was stated for the first time, to the Sura 112, where Allah was stated for the last time, there are exactly 112 Suras, and this number is a multiple of seven.
  • From the verse (1:1) to the verse (112:2) there are 6223 verses, and this number is also a multiple of seven.
  • The total sum of letters in the two verses is 28, which is a multiple of seven.
  • The total sum of Allah letters (i.e. A, L and H) in the two verses is 14 letters, which is also a multiple of seven!

A Wonderful harmony
To any one who claims that the Quran is corrupted, we present to him the following facts:
  • The number of alphabets used as Initials is 14, i.e. 72.
  • The Initials are grouped into 14 different sets, i.e. 72.
  • The numbers of the Qurans alphabets is 28, i.e. 74.
  • The number of the words in the first verse and the last verse in the Quran is 7.
  • The number of words in the first Sura and the last Sura is 49= 7 7.
  • The number of Suras whose numbers of verses are multiples of 7 is 14 Suras, i.e. 72.
  • The first Sura among them is Al-Fatihah with 7 verses, and the last is Sura 112 Al-Ikhlas with 7 verses.
  • The Arabic name for Sura 1 is composed of 7 letters and so is the Arabic name for Sura 112.
  • The Prophet, may peace be upon Him, lived for 63 years, i.e. 79.

Is this numerical precision with the number 7 a coincidence? Or is it a clear proof to anyone who has any doubt in the divine origin of the Quran, and that it is Allahs true word?
Surely We have revealed the Reminder and We will most surely be its guardian. Al-Hijr 15:9
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By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel

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